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People in Glass Houses[Reading] ➺ People in Glass Houses Author Tanya Levin – Varanus.us Tanya Levin grew up in the church that became Hillsong is Australia s most ambitious, entrepreneurial and influential religious corporation PEOPLE IN GLASS HOUSES tells how a small Assemblies of God c Tanya Levin grew up in the church that became Hillsong is Australia s most ambitious, entrepreneurial and influential religious corporation People in Glass Houses tells how People in PDF/EPUB or a small Assemblies of God church in a suburban school hall became a multi million dollar tax free enterprise, a cult and a powerful force in Australia today Opening up the world of Christian fundamentalism, this is a powerful, personal and at times very funny exploration of an all singing, all swaying mega church Shortlisted,Walkley Non Fiction Book Award.

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  • paperback
  • 274 pages
  • People in Glass Houses
  • Tanya Levin
  • English
  • 17 May 2018
  • 1863954147

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  1. says:

    I m glad Tanya told what happened to her It took guts to do so She doesn t delve too deeply into how battered, blasted, and bewildered the ex Pentecostal feels when entering the real world , but she makes a stab at it I wish Tanya all the best.4 Stars It touched my heart, and or gave me much food for thought.


  2. says:

    I feel like I am giving this book onestar than it actually deserves, because the issue is so important but, honestly, this is a badly edited book that feels like it was rushed to publication for timeliness.It promises to be an expose of the machinations of the Hillsong Church, but it issnippets and overviews rather than any deep analysis It doesn t help that the author jumps all over her own timeline so that as a reader you are scratching your head trying to figure out the order i I feel like I am giving this book onestar than it actually deserves, because the issue is so important but, honestly, this is a badly edited book that feels like it was rushed to publication for timeliness.It promises to be an expose of the machinations of the Hillsong Church, but it issnippets and overviews rather than any deep analysis It doesn t help that the author jumps all over her own timeline so that as a reader you are scratching your head trying to figure out the order in which events occurred Somewhere out there is another book waiting to be written on this topic, and I hope that when it does it gives the issue of evangelical churches and their cynical money making ventures the lashing it really deserves


  3. says:

    i read this some time ago and thought it absolutely FASCINATINGi consider it all Australia s version of Scientology without the physical abuse and billion year contractslol i enjoyed Tanya s narrative and the fact that she used her own personal experiences and retrospect is brave and wonderful and ballsy, and i really respect her for thatagree or disagree with a writer s viewpoint, when they are sharing personal experiences and thoughts with the world at large, open to everyone for j i read this some time ago and thought it absolutely FASCINATINGi consider it all Australia s version of Scientology without the physical abuse and billion year contractslol i enjoyed Tanya s narrative and the fact that she used her own personal experiences and retrospect is brave and wonderful and ballsy, and i really respect her for thatagree or disagree with a writer s viewpoint, when they are sharing personal experiences and thoughts with the world at large, open to everyone for judgment and criticism, that s a writer who deserves respect if only there werelike her


  4. says:

    Im glad that finally someone has spoken up about Hillsong Though Tanya s book is full of bitterness and proper editing tis needed, at least we are in the position to know the hidden truth about this church.May God cast the devil to hell in Jesus s mighty Name


  5. says:

    5 stars


  6. says:

    I read Tanya Levin s People in Glass Houses late last year Growing up in the area near Hillsong, I admittedly do struggle to see it asthan a money hungry cult I found this book extremely interesting, and it really opened my eyes as to how easily people get drawn into these sort of things.I actually worked with a girl once who struggled to make friends, and was considering joining Hillsong for the social aspect There are family friends who have turned around and joined and later left , I read Tanya Levin s People in Glass Houses late last year Growing up in the area near Hillsong, I admittedly do struggle to see it asthan a money hungry cult I found this book extremely interesting, and it really opened my eyes as to how easily people get drawn into these sort of things.I actually worked with a girl once who struggled to make friends, and was considering joining Hillsong for the social aspect There are family friends who have turned around and joined and later left , not to mention one who was sent to their Mercy Ministries retreat because she didn t fit in with their ideals.There s an interesting listen at a nd a great read at get down to the bottom bit where they ve included quotes from Bobbie Houston s Kingdom Women Love Sex DVD boxset It s horrendous some of the crap that comes out of this woman s mouth I d buy it for a listen if I didn t know that the cash was going towards her next porsche


  7. says:

    Hard to decide what to give this book The author shouldn t give up her day job to write, but it is a very important topic and she should certainly frighten the dickens out of anyone who is inclined to join Hill ong Sure she is angry as a hornet and that colours the writing, but so she should be The author has just won an appeal against a police charge for standing in a non ticketed area, on a public concourse, outside a publicly owned convention venue being used by Hill ong She was arrested Hard to decide what to give this book The author shouldn t give up her day job to write, but it is a very important topic and she should certainly frighten the dickens out of anyone who is inclined to join Hill ong Sure she is angry as a hornet and that colours the writing, but so she should be The author has just won an appeal against a police charge for standing in a non ticketed area, on a public concourse, outside a publicly owned convention venue being used by Hill ong She was arrested for accidentally stepping into a restricted area, nothing else The Police Commissioner was attending the conference as a member of Hill ong at the time, coincidentally The judge found Levin could not, reasonably, have known she was committing a crime but it has taken 2 years out of her life to prove her innocence Christians


  8. says:

    Great book an expose on Hillsong, the Pentacostal fundamental church in Sydney that is growing quite alarmingly in NSW For most of us, we always knew that Hillsong is dodgy always asking forandmoney from the faithfull, enjoying tax free status within the system and yet the priesthood is wealthy with multi million dollar mansions on the Manly waterfront Very similar to the American evangelical churches Tanya tells of her Christian upbring and eventual expulsion from Hillsong Great book an expose on Hillsong, the Pentacostal fundamental church in Sydney that is growing quite alarmingly in NSW For most of us, we always knew that Hillsong is dodgy always asking forandmoney from the faithfull, enjoying tax free status within the system and yet the priesthood is wealthy with multi million dollar mansions on the Manly waterfront Very similar to the American evangelical churches Tanya tells of her Christian upbring and eventual expulsion from Hillsong to the extent of being escorted off the premises by security guards This in itself says loads about Hillsong The book was quite autobiographical as we learn a lot about Tanya herself, not just as Hillsong or Hellsong as my sister likes to call it


  9. says:

    Wow did this become a riveting read Initially the Christianese was cringe worthy, considering how I spent a good chunk of my life in Pentecostal churches, enough for it to warp my worldview similar to the author I was amazed when the tone of the book quite suddenly became dark and just continued to reveal the cultic nature of these churches I can vouch for her experience completely, it rang so very true.Particularly recommended to Christians and ex Christians as an enlightening read.


  10. says:

    hill ong

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